Tatcha is one of those products you can’t just step into Sephora and buy. I mean, you CAN, if you’ve got the coin. But there’s something about it’s luxury status that makes me unworthy to purchase it. That, and the fact that I can’t bother to spend way too much money. I mean, I CAN bother, I just don’t think that I want to. I’m going to refrain from buying Tatcha till I’m in a much better place – for real.

Nonsense aside, Tatcha is extremely famous for their primers, skin care and the iconic face mist. But they’ve taken their mist game to a whole new level, infused it with clay, and are selling it to people with oil fields on their face. That’s right oily T-zones, there’s a wave coming. And it’s called the Satin Skin Mist.


An oil-free, liquid powder face mist with Okinawa clay for fresh, satiny smooth skin without added shine. Sounds fantastic, doesn’t it?

Speaking to Allure, Tatcha founder Victoria Tsai explains, “Our Dewy Skin Mist is still a beloved formula for nourishing the skin. [But], we wanted to find a lightweight way to help keep skin hydrated — an unmet need for friends with oily skin or living in humid climates.”

Why It Works
  • Acts as a balancing liquid powder: Okinawa clay delivered in an ultra-fine mist helps keep skin fresh without disturbing makeup or drying.
  • Delivers pure anti-aging nourishment: Contains 20% Hadasei-3, the double fermentation of 3 Japanese superfoods, transformed into a superfluid of essential nutrients for soft, youthful-looking skin.
  • The ideal pore-perfecting companion to The Water Cream: Japanese wild rose visibly minimizes the appearance of pores and refines skin texture over time.

The suggested usage of the Satin Skin Mist is to shake it really well, and spray from an arm’s length away from the face. Wait a couple of seconds and follow up with your makeup. You can also use the Satin Skin Mist throughout the day to keep the pesky shine away. (hey, that rhymes!)

Tatcha Satin Skin Mist
Source: Brand

True to everything Tatcha, the Satin Skin Mist retails for a sweet $48. You can break the bank on the brand’s website, or at Sephora.

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A voracious addict of everything beauty, little did I know I would be treading down this path. Started off as a dentist, occasionally dribbling in the arts. Now full time Instagram browser and money spender. They say money doesn't buy happiness. I disagree. They probably didn't know where to shop.